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Dublin

Friendliness and Grandeur

Ireland’s capital is a vibrant city where past and present roll perfectly into one.

Discover Dublin

Start here to begin to uncover the secrets of the Emerald Isle. Dublin Airport is located 10km north of the city near the village of Swords.

Over one million people live in and around the metropolis, nearly a quarter of the country’s entire population. The energy along the Liffey shore is as lively as its young population. Government buildings, national museums, and famous parks are dotted along these buzzing city streets.

Join in the conversation with wit and charm like the vivacious Dubliners. A UNESCO City of Literature, Dublin showcases the historic tradition of storytelling. This tradition is so strong that you’ll hear a common Dublin greeting, “what’s the story?” Trace the footsteps of Joyce to Wilde and visit the Museum of Literature for multimedia exhibitions and priceless artefacts.

“Dublin can be heaven with coffee at 11, and a stroll around Stephen’s Green”.  Bewley’s Grafton Street Café opened in 1927, admire the glorious Harry Clarke stained-glass windows which illuminate the café. Leafy walks around St Stephen’s Green and Merrion Square are a relaxing reprieve from cultural attractions.

Admire the natural landscape of the much-loved lush expanse of Phoenix Park, the largest public park in an urban European city. Pass by the Irish President’s official residence Áras an Uachtaráin. Keep a lookout for the herds of fallow deer, as well as the flora and fauna.

The iconic “Ha’penny Bridge” has been traversed by Dubliners since 1816. Though you needed a coin to cross, the toll was abolished in 1919. Recent bridges are named after literary giants; James Joyce Bridge opened on Bloomsday, 2003 while the Seán O’Casey Bridge and the Samuel Beckett Bridge followed. Finally, the first named after a woman was revealed in 2013. A fitting tribute to the trade union activist, who was present at both the 1913 Lockout and 1916 Rising, the Rosie Hackett Bridge is a public transport priority bridge that connects Marlborough Street on the north side and Hawkins Street on the south.

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